Winner of the 2013 ISSA Innovation Award for Best Cleaning Agent
and the ISSA Visitors' Choice Award.
Does your cleaner kill odors, or mask them with perfume? Clorox® Urine Remover actually breaks down urine to eliminate odors. And it removes stains with the cleaning power of hydrogen peroxide.
“I've tried everything to try to get rid of the urine smell in my restrooms and this is the only product that works!”
- Kjerstie, Bar and Restaurant Owner
Clorox® Urine Remover's versatile formula removes urine from porous surfaces notorious for trapping urine odors, including porous grout. It also handles stains and odors on soft, absorbent surfaces like carpet and mattresses — all without bleach.
Remove urine effectively from porous grout with just one application and get the job done right the first time, instead of mopping frequently with less effective products. Minimal training is required due to the versatile formula with low surface safety concerns. Does not contain bleach.
“The locker rooms at our stadium often smell bad, even after we've cleaned them. This product really solved the problem – it killed odors that had persisted for months.”
- Zach, Operations, Minor League Baseball Team
Tackle both odors and stains with just one product and clean more effectively* at a competitive price. This urine remover is also great for:
And because it carries the trusted Clorox® name, it cleans with the power you'd expect.
“When I gave a bottle of Clorox® Urine Remover to one of my staff, she couldn't believe how nice the product smells compared to other products. My whole staff uses it now, and it works on everything from urine and vomit, to blood, and even grease.”
- Chris, Hotel Manager
* Compared to enzymatic cleaner on porous grout. Based on pricing of Urine Off and Nature's Miracle as of 11/30/12
“As manager of a parking garage near a homeless community, urine odors are a frequent problem. When we added this product to our cleaning routine, stains were lifted faster and odors were essentially eliminated.”
- Francisco, General Manager, Parking Garage
Urine odor comes from naturally occurring bacteria and uric acid crystals (crystalized urine residue). Uric acid crystals often remain trapped in porous damp surfaces and release a strong ammonia-like odor as bacteria feeds on the urine. Humid conditions or wetting the surface can also reactivate the odor.
The hydrogen peroxide in Clorox® Urine Remover breaks down the odor at it’s source through oxidization and removes uric acid crystals. Surfactants, solvent and a low pH work together to clean urine stains from porous grout and other difficult surfaces. The product can be used before or after other cleaning products, with no additional training needed. Very low surface-safety concerns. Does not contain bleach.
The bacteria formulated in enzymatic cleaners are living microorganisms that generate enzymes to “eat” uric acid crystals. Because enzyme-based cleaners are typically formulated at a neutral pH to be compatible with the living bacteria, they do not clean urine stains as effectively from difficult surfaces such as porous grout. And using an antibacterial or high/low pH product before or after using an enzyme-based cleaner on the same surface may neutralize the enzymes and bacteria.
Dilutable General Bathroom Cleaners (GBCs) typically contain less than 0.5 % of their active ingredient after dilution, and may not completely remove stubborn uric acid crystals from porous surfaces such as grout. Remaining uric acid crystals will later release a strong ammonia-like odor. And they’re not designed for use on soft surfaces like carpet or mattresses.
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